What to eat in and around Seattle today: The Metropolitan Grill

Oct 30 2020, 12:44 pm

Those looking for a 32 oz bone-in ribeye A5 Long Bone steak from Japan can now do so at The Metropolitan Grill.

The restaurant is one of only three in the United States to be serving the coveted cut, and it’s the first in the country to acquire the Olive beef tenderloin, which is raised in Japan’s Kagawa Prefecture, where the cows are fed a special diet of Inawara rice straw, Italian ryegrass, and pressed olives.

Catherine Tonner / Metropolitan Grill

The 32 oz Kagoshima Craft Wagyu is priced at $380 and serves two to three people.

In addition to the Japanese beef, the Metropolitan Grill serves USDA Prime, the highest grade that beef can receive.

 

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They also seal in the full flavor of the beef with the high heat of the “Iron Wood of the World” with imported mesquite charcoal.

 

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Those interested in making a reservation for the Metropolitan Grill can do so by calling 206-624-3287. Steaks are also currently available for takeout.

The Metropolitan Grill

Location: 2nd Avenue and Marion Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-624-3287

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